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Soybean futures inching closer to the $12 mark | Monday Morning Markets | Nov. 23, 2020

Corn and soybean prices continue to climb as numerous factors shape the commodity trade. Jeff Peterson of Heartland Farm Partners talks about those factors and shares his thoughts on the things to ... Read More

Need help with that bird? Nebraska Extension offers turkey tips

Preparing for holiday meals this year may look different for many people, as we consider celebrating in smaller family groups due to COVID-19. Some people may be preparing turkey for the first time. Follow these basic turkey recommendations, courtes... Read More

The Friday Fontanelle Final Bell with Heather Ramsey of the ARC Group

Didn’t close near the highs that some had thought Brazilian weather…driving factor overnight… Will we hit $12 beans? So then what’s after $12? How much COVID worry is being factored in? A lot of fund trading in grains Expor... Read More

Foolproof Thanksgiving dinner solution | Friday Five | Nov. 20, 2020

The holidays are stressful, and if you aren't having your normal large gathering this year, you might have to put your unpolished cooking skills to use. BUT, there might be a solution! Alex and Rebel received a Hello Fresh meal prep box in the mai... Read More

China defends food import controls to curb virus

BEIJING (AP) — China’s government is defending anti-coronavirus controls that have disrupted imports of beef, poultry and fish from the United States, New Zealand and other trading partners. Customs officials who say the coronavirus has been f... Read More

Audio: November cattle on feed report

The November cattle on feed report showed all cattle on feed in the US jumped 1% higher. Placements finally dropped in the monthly report after seeing several months of higher placements. However total cattle on feed was a strong number above analyst... Read More

Court upholds hog verdict; Smithfield announces settlement

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — A federal appeals court has upheld a 2018 jury verdict that led to monetary awards for neighbors of an eastern North Carolina industrial hog operation for its smells and noise. Thursday's ruling by a panel of the 4th U.S. Ci... Read More

Nebraska Leopold Conservation award seeks nominees

Know a Nebraska rancher, farmer or forester who goes above and beyond in the care and management of natural resources? Nominate them for the 2021 Nebraska Leopold Conservation Award®. Sand County Foundation and national sponsor American Farmland ... Read More

NCBA Pleased with National Environmental Policy Act Changes

The U.S. Forest Service updated the agency’s National Environmental Policy Act regulations, and the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association and the Public Lands Council are pleased with the changes. Kaitlynn Glover is the NCBA Director of Natura... Read More

The Thursday Fontanelle Final Bell with Brad Kooima with Kooima, Kooima & Varilek

Cattle risk off covid deal Rumors about plant closings Cash market steady Food service retail issues Marketing year high on beef exports Beans impressive Exports…pretty new into the trading year   ...... Read More

AUDIO: Market commentary with daily brokers

Summary The grain market is starting off higher once again as the bulls continue to pull fuel from South American dryness. According to Stone X weekend rains in Brazil were limited to northeastern areas of its soybean belt, with 24% receiving more... Read More